Speech Privacy & Sound Masking
Extraneous noise impacts productivity and focus in offices. In other settings, such as a healthcare facility, keeping conversations private is more of a concern. Speech privacy and sound masking technology can address both of these issues.
Speech Privacy & Sound Masking
A sound masking system consists of small speakers that emit what is essentially background unnoticeable background noise, as well as a control center that allows for the speakers to be managed by the organization’s internal team.
Connectivity Point can design and install speech privacy and sound masking systems to fit your organization’s unique needs. Whether a modern open office where sound needs to be dampened, or a hospital where conversations that take place need to stay private, we can find the right solution for the space and its function.
University of Vermont Medical Center / Sound Masking
BURLINGTON, VERMONT Connectivity Point (CPDI) was selected to install Cambridge Sound Management’s cost-effective QtPro® sound masking system in an inpatient wing of The University of Vermont Medical Center, located in Burlington, Vermont. The space consisted of approximately 24,000 s.f. including patient rooms, hallway corridors, nurse stations, and office space. Small, QtPro® emitters (speakers) were installed […]Read More
Education Development Center, Inc. / Sound Masking
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), is a $190M international, nonprofit organization that conducts programs in education, health, and international development around the world. EDC built out a new 120,000 s.f. headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts. Designed by Sasaki Associates and Taylor & Burns, EDC’s new space was renovated by Commodore Builders. It now houses […]Read More
BerryDunn / Multi-Discipline
PORTLAND, MAINE Connectivity Point (CPDI) designed and installed new network cabling, audio/visual equipment, sound masking, and security systems for the new BerryDunn Congress Street building in Portland, Maine. Throughout the project, CPDI had 30 technicians to support the various trades, and 10 Project Managers, Engineers & Estimators involved. CPDI installed over 600 cable runs to […]Read More
Amica Mutual Insurance / Multi-Discipline
Lincoln, RHODE ISLAND Amica Insurance, based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, has named Connectivity Point (CPDI) as their nationwide, preferred installer for network cabling, sound masking, audio/visual equipment and security systems. Amica is not only known as the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the United States; the company is also known in the insurance industry […]Read More
WEX / Cabling, Audio/Visual, Sound Masking
Connectivity Point was hired to design/build the network cabling, audio/visual equipment, and sound masking system within a 60,000 s.f. facility being completely renovated to meet WEX’s expansion needs. The network cabling project consisted of a CommScope Uniprise Category 6 cabling infrastructure. A primary computer room was established on the second floor and featured Chatsworth Products […]Read More
Geiger / Multi-Discipline
LEWISTON, MAINE Geiger is a promotional product distributor with headquarters based in Lewiston, Maine. Geiger is one of the largest family-owned and most respected companies in the promotional products industry and largest privately held promotional products distributor in the world. Geiger recently completed renovations at their Mt. Hope Avenue headquarters in Lewiston. Connectivity Point Design […]Read More
Littler Mendelson / Sound Masking
SAN FRANCISCO, CA / MELVILLE, NY / WASHINGTON, DC Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice, with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 70 offices worldwide. They are consistently recognized in their industry as a leading and innovative law practice. The floor plan and acoustics in some offices caused a concern about […]Read More
Will a sound masking system reduce server room noise?
Sound masking works when the emitters are placed near the listener. A sound masking system placed inside a server room will not mask the sound. If a space experiences high volume from nearby server room, a sound masking system placed in that room may help reduce the noise level. Connectivity Point can assess the environment […]Read More
Does sound masking go in conference rooms?
Yes. We install sound masking systems with the goal of helping reduce distractions caused by extraneous conversations, and enabling nearby conversations to remain private. A conference room is a perfect place for a sound masking system install because it will help maintain the privacy of conversations taking place in the room.Read More
What is speech privacy?
Speech privacy is attained through the installation of a sound masking system, which reduces distractions caused by extraneous conversations and maintains the privacy of conversations taking place in close proximity. Call centers, offices with poor acoustics, healthcare facilities, and open offices where the privacy of conversations is a concern, can all benefit from a sound […]Read More